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guru.650 replied to Equity Markets
FT.com / Reportage - The formula that felled Wall St
came across this awesome article on the copula function which led to the collapse of Wall Street..:wow:
guru.650 replied to Equity Markets
I understand this vivek.. But my ques is:even before expiry, the additional value of american option is of not any use as i can sell my european option and close my position (which ll be the same case when i exercise my american option before expiry).. so, where does this additional premium for a...
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guru.650 replied to Equity Markets
Hi PUYs,
a small doubt about option pricing...
(American options are options that can be exercised at any point in time before expiry whereas European options are oprtions that can be exercised only on the expiry date)
At hindsight, american optionholder gets an additional right to exerc...
guru.650 replied to Equity Markets
I think increase in SLR as pointed out by Ashish is not going to have much impact. But, it's a signal from the RBI about it's future policies that it has started withdrawing the stimulus package due to the fear of inflation. The extra liquidity pumped into the economy didnt percolate enough into ...
guru.650 replied to Discussion on finance concepts/problems for peo...
Hi PUYs,
a small doubt about option pricing...
(American options are options that can be exercised at any point in time before expiry whereas European options are oprtions that can be exercised only on the expiry date)
In hindsight, american optionholder gets an additional right to exerc...
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guru.650 replied to Equity Markets
As US GDP has expanded by 3.5% the previous quarter, do U see SENSEX reaching 17k again???
wat do u think abt the current monetary review?? RBI lowering expected GDP figures and withdrawing from the expansionary moentary policy... does it make logical sense???:banghead:
guru.650 replied to Equity Markets
market value/price is the present value of all expected future cash flows from the instrument. book value is net worth / no of eq shares. but book value may not be equal to the amount eq shareholders will get in case of liquidation. (this discrepancy may be due to lot of reasons like diff in book...
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guru.650 replied to Equity Markets
Hi Puys,
Can any1 throw some light on Monte Carlo Simulation. I have read the basics of what it is and its uses. I am looking for some explanation with real examples.. probably an excel sheet explaining the numbers would be of great help...
Thanks in advance...
guru.650 replied to Equity Markets
I think carbon/emissions trading will be a very good topic,
cos it was the hot topic jus before the revelation of the financial crisis...
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guru.650 replied to Equity Markets
Even power companies use these instruments for hedging. I remember reading about weather derivatives, while reading the story of Enron Corporation (thou' don remember exactly :banghead::banghead:)